According to Edmunds.com, an automobile price comparison and resource website, production on the Saturn brand of cars was halted in 2009. Saturn was owned by General Motors, and during the company's bankruptcy reorganization, the decision was made to close the Saturn company.Continue Reading
David Hanna for Forbes notes that in 1994, Saturn was the third best-selling car model in the United States. Even in 2000, it was ranked only second to Lexus as the car model with the highest customer satisfaction level. By many accounts, Saturn, when it was an active brand, was a good company or at least it produced a quality product. The problem with purchasing any old Saturn car models is the lack of customer support for operating issues that may come up because the company no longer exists. As Consumer Reports pointed out in 2009, it is possible for mechanics to still be able to fix any issues that come up with Saturn cars for years to come. The caveat is that any repairs are likely to be much more costly than in years past.
Some industry experts believe that poor internal management by high-level company executives was the main reason for the Saturn company's demise. Although Saturn enjoyed a successful run during the 1990s, by October 2010, all Saturn dealerships had closed their doors, according to Cars.com.Learn more about Car Makes & Models
As of April 2015, the typical sale price for a 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 on the Kelley Blue Book website ranges from $19,447 to $23,852 for the four-door sedan. The price range for the two-door coupe ranges from $20,531 to $23.852. The price varies according to body type, condition and mileage.Full Answer >
To shop for cars online, visit a brand or general vehicle dealership website, and browse for cars by price, brand, model or category. You can opt for either a used or new car. Sites that offer car listings also include eBay or Craigslist.Full Answer >
In the United States, classic cars feature production between the years 1925 and 1948; their production includes the United States and international locations. Classic cars fall into one of several classes of cars, depending on the number of classic features possessed. Classification, determined by the Classic Car Club of America, considers quality of design, engineering and operational systems, when assigning car labels.Full Answer >
The acronym "RS" can have several meanings in relation to cars and the automobile industry. RS can stand for "rally sport" or for the German word "Rennsport," which means "racing sport" or "motorsport."Full Answer >